William E Davies JR
9950 E COVINGTON
TUCSON AZ 85748
1979 Four years of apprenticeship at the Smith Williston Company, Seattle, Washington.
1983 South Seattle Community College, Courses studied were Mig, Tig, and duel shield welding
1992 South Seattle Community College, Received an AA in Quality Control.
1999 Strategy Computers Received a MCSE, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer degree and A+ certification in computer technology.
2009 – 2011 AA in Culinary Arts at South Seattle Community College
High school graduate of Delta High School, Delta, Colorado 1971
Major courses of study included metal shop, machine fundamentals, welding, and basic automotive studies.
I am a hard working, dependable, and skillful person.
I get along well with other people and adapt quickly to new jobs.
I am well able to handle responsibility.
My knowledge and experience in the Machining field would be an asset to any employer.
PRIMUS International 2011 – 2012
Setup and operated many different CNC machines which were 3& 4 axis . , Okuma, Quataum, Mattsuura, Mori Seiki, Fadal.
Knowledge of general machining processes using a wide variety of machine tools.
Understanding of CNC type machines and the processes they use, such as set-ups, monitoring, change-outs, etc.
Familiar with Lean Manufacturing work area practices including 5-S, Visual Controls, Standard Work, work center metrics, and continuous improvement processes and supports team members in these processes
Blueprint reading and machining related math skills.
Knowledge of G&M codes.
Global Contract Manufacturing 2007 – 2009
Set up and operated CNC 4 axis machines using G&M codes for cutting, material, rapid movement, feed rate, cutter comp left and right also for tool length +/- Using M codes for spindle start clock wise, counter clock wise and spindle stop.
JD Ott Company 2000 – 2007
Worked as CNC machinist set up and ran CNC machines (3&4 axis machines using G&M Codes.
The Boeing Company 1995 – 1999
Worked in “Blue Streak”, machining one of a kind airplane parts for aircraft “AOG”. Setup and ran various types of CNC 3&4 axis machines, and some manual machines and flat patterns
Modern Manufacturing 1986– 1995
Set up and operated CNC 3& 4 axis machines.
Machine Northwest Company 1983 – 1985
Operated a horizontal and vertical boring mills, tracing mill, and radial drills.
Smith Williston Company 1979 – 1981
Apprenticeship in the Machining industry
Learned to operate horizontal and vertical boring mills, single up to four spindle tracer mills, tracer lathes, Bridgeport vertical mills, surface grinders, radial drills, CNC tape machines, Cincinatti Milling Center, Honing Machines, and Burgmaster Milling machine.